How Humira Finally Lost The Top Spot In Drug Sales
Comirnaty Burst Onto The Scene
AbbVie’s Humira has been the world’s best-selling drug since 2012, and if it hadn’t been for COVID-19 it would most likely have been on track to retain its position for the 10th year in row.
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Comirnaty was the industry’s top-selling product through the first three quarters of 2022, as in 2021, but Paxlovid proved a fast riser while Comirnaty and Moderna’s Spikevax saw declining sales. Pfizer's two COVID-19 products netted £46bn in total.
The advent of US biosimilar competition to Humira in 2023 represents the largest ever loss-of-exclusivity opportunity for the off-patent industry, with the first adalimumab rival expected to hit the US market at the end of this month. But with a host of other biosimilars expected to launch throughout the year, how will competition play out in the long term?
The advent of biosimilar competition to Humira in the US in 2023 represents the largest loss-of-exclusivity opportunity ever for the off-patent industry. But with a host of biosimilar sponsors awaiting launches throughout the year, it remains to be seen how competition will play out.